Books

June 3, 2014 12:00 AM

Sacramento Black Book Fair welcomes writers, readers

In our contemporary era of digital everything, the idea of having a book fair with actual books could be considered naively antiquated or refreshingly daring. Either way the first Sacramento Black Book Fair kicks off this weekend in Oak Park with hopes of becoming an annual event celebrating reading and the written word.

Related content

Comments

 

Videos

More Videos

Sue Grafton on completing her 'Alphabet Series': 'I look forward to the freedom' 02:06

Sue Grafton on completing her 'Alphabet Series': 'I look forward to the freedom'

Video: Gretchen Rubin shares tips on how to change your habits 00:56

Video: Gretchen Rubin shares tips on how to change your habits

Vanessa Diffenbaugh takes flight with Sacramento fans 01:10

Vanessa Diffenbaugh takes flight with Sacramento fans

Can You Judge Books By Their Covers? 02:19

Can You Judge Books By Their Covers?

Video: Is Sara Paretsky really V.i. Warshawski? 01:27

Video: Is Sara Paretsky really V.i. Warshawski?

Video: Vampires in the Vatican? Really? 00:38

Video: Vampires in the Vatican? Really?

Video: Finding hidden gems in Roseville bookstore 02:11

Video: Finding hidden gems in Roseville bookstore

Video: HW Brands speaks to Sacramento Bee Book Club 00:38

Video: HW Brands speaks to Sacramento Bee Book Club

Remembering heroes at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery 01:09

Remembering heroes at the Sacramento Valley National Cemetery

A native warriors drum circle to honor Vietnam War veterans 02:27

A native warriors drum circle to honor Vietnam War veterans

Bee reporter drives a bus, poorly 00:45

Bee reporter drives a bus, poorly

Share Video

Entertainment Videos